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Green Poems | Examples of Green Poetry

Green Poems - Examples of all types of green poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for green.

New Poems

The Silence in the Garden
This morning is perfect silence And all the world is a garden. The greying wooden bench upon which I sit is still slightly damp from last Night's rain, but was mostly Sheltered by the brick arches of the Museum's facade behind...Read More
Categories: april, garden, green,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Coloured In
Categories: blue, green, purple, red,
Form: Jueju
Premium Member Earth Communion ReView
World views matter, sabbath gratitude informed, and savaged loss exflowing Communion reviews matter most when not nationalistic splatter To remain focused informing nutritional economic choices forgiving our inhumane ego rejoices of past disrespect against empty relationships devoid of polyculturally resilient voices Practicing in gathering keys of...Read More
Categories: green, culture, earth, earth day,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Green of Our Lives
Bright sunshine dappled at the gay affair, in a park so green. There was revelry, laughter, food and dance, and at times romance. The blooms blazed colors, lit up by the sun. The happy children chased the hued balloons. Ice cream, cookout, fun- and sun, sun,...Read More
Categories: flower, fun, games, green,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A New Paint Job
I wish I could repaint the environment, I am weary of the present colour scheme, I have lived far too long with its embodiment, I have ideas for a quite different theme: I do believe it will become evident That...Read More
Categories: green, appreciation, blue, color, environment,
Form: Ottava rima

Premium Member April's Trees
April's trees wear winter's clothes Branches bare from tops to toes Mocking lawns turned brilliant green Unabashed by leaves unseen...Read More
Categories: april, green, tree, winter,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Color Me Green
in mid afternoon the birds were singing to spring awakening world gold snapdragons danced to woodpeckers rat-at-tat near emerald pines purple butterflies born for the joy of living color me springtime...Read More
Categories: bird, butterfly, color, green,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member When Vivid Clouds Descended
After hiking on the trail one day, I was making my way back, Immersed in balmy thrills of summer, and the sunshine attack! Birdsong was in my ears, and fragrance of beauty all around; And greenness like a...Read More
Categories: green, beauty, color, fantasy, flower,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Contrast
Categories: flower, fruit, green,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Doctors of Industrious Divinity
Dear Bishop Michael Cote, Doctor of Divinity through pre-historic untold ages through reborn renaissance stages through industriously energetic praises through enlightenment phases through empowerment dysphasia Some of us lesser health care practitioners, good faith social workers, teachers, parents and grandparents, uncles and aunts, and ecofeminist inter-religious...Read More
Categories: christian, green, health, nature,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Under My Feet
Some stand tall and straight Others bend in the breeze All wearing their coats of green. Still they seem to beg me to stomp all over them !...Read More
Categories: funny, green, nature,
Form: Free verse
Grass Thru the Hourglass - Nursery Rhyme
Some grass is short, some grass is long Some grass can bend with the breeze. Some grass is soft, some grass is wet And in winter, hard from the freeze. Morning’s dew, like diamonds strewn, Night’s dew, a blanket...Read More
Categories: green, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Spring Garden
orange tulips and pink and white daisies pansies color everywhere Written on 3/28/2021 For: Spring Haiku - Traditional Form Poetry Contest Sponsor: Tania Kitchin Syllable count checked at More
Categories: green, beauty, color, flower, garden,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Abracadabra
Spring arrives atop a beam of sunlight, Her warm breath softly caressing my skin. Without toil, Spring’s fingers massage the soil, and daffodils start sprouting overnight. Soon a green stubble starts veiling the trees, for, like Autumn, Spring's a magical...Read More
Categories: green, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Little Green Frog Nursery Rhyme
Little green frog so sweet to me,                                        look up there is a big yellow bee.  ...Read More
Categories: child, cute, green, yellow,
Form: Rhyme

Specific Types of Green Poems

Definition | What is Green in Poetry?